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Monday, April 09, 2012

568: Thoughts on Modern Medicine (part 2)

Picking up where I left off last October with my piece of puffery, promoting the talents of Tactical Thinking's meisterboys Modern Medicine: It's that Tech-Hop, came to make you break a sweat. And since then the secret seven-track CD I'm storing and sitting on remains unreleased. And sent to me by Bobby Esmond in secret single-time digital download is Modern Medicine's naughty little head-knocking rework of Blur's Girls & Boys. I'm lead to understand that the various incarnations of Modern Medicine, Tactical Thinking and Surreal Knowledge have been sitting on and incubating this hard-boiled beat'n'egg for some time. It's eventual fate will probably be a free promotional download or an exclusive YouTube promo-vid. Apparently.

Let me say, it's about time some more of this new fangled Modern Medicine was made public. Once Phase III trials are completed. As it is I'm shouting about something that might as well not exist; how do you know I'm not making this all up? Let's test the theory: one or more of the following four facts about Modern Medicine are true, and all you have to do is guess which is which and what is what: a) Modern Medicine are not as hip as they look, b) Modern Medicine are banana farmers from Bangkok, c) Modern Medicine spend almost all of their income on manicures, or d) Modern Medicine are a fictional construct born in the brain of a bored baboon in Baltimore zoo. Or..... e) All of the above. Take your pick. But choose wisely, for while the true answer will bring you life, a false answer will take it from you.

A tour is underfoot and under way - away and afoot - and over the past weekend Modern Medicine did (by their own modest accounts) blow all kinds of ceilings; what with all the roof raising and hand waving. There is video evidence because, as we all know, no testimony is sufficient to establish roof raising, unless the testimony be of such a kind, that its falsehood would be more roof raising, than the fact, which it endeavours to establish. True story:

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